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smooth or rough surfaces?

Postby spacebot » Sun Feb 5, 2:00 2017

smooth or rough surfaces?

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Re: smooth or rough surfaces?

Postby lexiewalt » Sun Feb 5, 6:19 2017

Rough - like my men!

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Postby Sonic# » Sun Feb 5, 9:36 2017

If I'm walking, rough. If I'm touching with my hands, smooth.

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Re: smooth or rough surfaces?

Postby Bork » Sun Feb 5, 16:04 2017

Depends on what I'm doing with the surface, really, although I think I do have a preference for smooth.
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Re: smooth or rough surfaces?

Postby MFS » Sun Feb 5, 19:02 2017

what about groovy surfaces?
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Re: smooth or rough surfaces?

Postby Galen » Mon Feb 6, 9:40 2017

I like rough surfaces because I see them as a challenge.

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Postby Enigma » Mon Feb 6, 20:49 2017

MFS wrote:what about groovy surfaces?

Those only existed in the 70's.
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Re: smooth or rough surfaces?

Postby MFS » Mon Feb 6, 21:57 2017

Enigma wrote:
MFS wrote:what about groovy surfaces?

Those only existed in the 70's.

You need to buy some Mikesell's potato chips
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Re: smooth or rough surfaces?

Postby Enigma » Wed Feb 8, 19:41 2017

MFS wrote:
Enigma wrote:
MFS wrote:what about groovy surfaces?

Those only existed in the 70's.

You need to buy some Mikesell's potato chips

Google is telling me that is not possible in my area.
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